Your system is a lot like mine, I have...
Cherry King Mono amps (48v)
Auralic Aries Mini (the built in DAC sucks)
As for cables, I do not particularly care for Anti cables, Blue Jeans Cables etc. I’ve tried them and IMO better cables are worth the extra money. BUT cables are the last thing I address as a finishing touch to maximize system potential.
I don’t know anything about your DAC, but I am quite happy with my Nuprime DAC-10. However I am very, very curious about the Cherry DAC, mainly because of what the Sumoking (another forum member whose judgement I trust) said about it in comparison to the Exogal Comet. Like the Cherry amps, I’m certain the Cherry DACs are equally amazing in terms of performance and value. Just ask the Sumoking what he thinks!
Unfortunately like the Cherry amps, Cherry DACs go largely unnoticed by people willing to pay a lot more for a lot less due to ignorance and the tremendous influence the audio press has; who by the way have an obligation to their sponsors who provide them with advertising revenue etc. I’m glad Tommy doesn’t participate in that game.
Any magazine or website that reviews audio gear cannot be trusted if their survival depends on advertising income, favours, back room deals made behind closed doors etc. This is an overt conflict of interest that should be OBVIOUS to everyone.
One final area worth looking at is upgrading the stock crossover with better parts. Many people do this with various speakers and there is at least one forum member who went down that path with the M3ts. If I’m not mistaken he did a series of cap upgrades over time that cost him around $1000. Every time he replaced a stock part with a much higher quality part, the improvement vs price was deemed by him to be well worth it.
If I didn’t live in Canada, but a lot closer to Texas, I’d bring or ship my speakers to Danny Richie at GR Research and have him overhaul the crossover from the ground up. I don’t mean any disrespect to Clayton, but the crossover in almost every speaker on the market is a compromise based on cost constraints. There are a number of threads, including before and after pictures with measurements on this subject here on AC and elsewhere on the web.
Personally I wouldn’t worry about voiding the warranty. The drivers are not fused or protected by any means and Clayton wouldn’t provide a 20 year warranty if he had any doubt about the durability of the drivers.